The NM Inquisition is New Mexico's ONLY political comedy show! Modeled after national comedy shows like Real Time, The Daily Show and Weekend Update, The NMINQ offers viewers a hilarious take on their local headlines, on issues of public interest and interviews with local politicians and celebrities. Created in the the Summer of 2016, the first episode debuted on UABQ, Comcast channel 27, in February of 2017. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!
Live Studio Taping
You can be a part of the show! Join our studio audience for a live taping every Friday night at Upublic Studios, 912 3rd St NE.
Doors at 6:30pm. Doors locked and taping begins at 7pm.
Executive producer and host, Danger K Varoz | email@example.com
Producer and guest booking, Stephanie W. Telles | firstname.lastname@example.org
Danger K Varoz
Executive Producer. Writer. Host.
Danger created The NM Inquisition in the summer of 2016 to entertain and inform progressives and independents in New Mexico. A writer, stand-up comic and actor represented by Presley Talent, Danger has become a permanent fixture in the New Mexican political landscape. For more information about Danger's comedy, visit his website www.dangerkvaroz.com
Stephanie W. Telles
Stephanie is a native New Mexican, with Philosophy and Government degrees from NMSU and an MBA from UNM. She has been politically active in local, state, and federal politics since she was 14 years old and miraculously she’s still not jaded (well, for the most part). She joined NM Inquisition in its second season and is grateful to bring her talent for networking into the fold.
Kendra Jean Brand
Kendra Jean got her start in comedy with sketch and improv comedy group Comedy?, as a head sketch writer and performer for 4 years. She also performed and wrote for A Cappella sketch and improv group Rumble Productions but fell in love with stand up in the Spring of 2017.. Kendra now hosts, writes and produces Albuquerque’s only game show, Hour Now.
Isiah Yazzie is a Diné (Navajo) stand up comedian and improviser. He enjoys being a writer and correspondent for The New Mexico Inquisition because the current state of politics is lacking in Native American voices. "Everything is changing. People are taking their comedians seriously and the politicians as a joke." -Will Rogers